The National Weather Service has issued a Freeze Warning for portions of central Indiana. The warning will be in effect from 3am-9am Friday.
Temperatures are expected to drop to the middle 20°s to lower 30°s by Friday morning.
A brief “warm-up” is expected Friday before another front passes through the state. Ahead of the front, on southwesterly winds, temperatures should climb in to the middle and upper 40°s.
Similar to Thursday, scattered showers will be possible across the state. Latest computer model data suggests a band of rain will move arrive by late morning bringing rain – mixed with a little sleet.
Cooler air is expected to move in from the north late afternoon which could allow for some of the rain to change over to a little snow, especially areas north and northeast of Indianapolis.
Another surge of moisture looks possible late Friday night in to early Saturday (before dawn) which could bring a little snow to central Indiana.
Several computer models suggest there could be enough snow to put down a dusting on grass and elevated surfaces by the time you wake-up Saturday morning. I am not expecting any accumulation on roads.